6th Ave Auto Service     

Call us at (303) 399-4087
You can visit us in Denver at 1570 South Holly Street.  

We Provide Professional Automotive Repair & Maintenance Service in Denver, Colorado.

Sixth Avenue Auto

Sixth Ave Auto - Automotive Repair and Maintenance Service in Denver, Colorado. Service for all makes and models, specializing in Volkswagen and Audi.


We are your headquarters for automotive maintenance on Audi & Volkswagen service & repair needs in Denver.

We also offer auto repair and service for many import & domestic models. 

Your Neighborhood Repair Shop Hours of Operation:

8:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

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Volkswagen engine removal

Volkswagen timing belt job

Are you looking for a trustworthy auto repair shop in Denver to service your Audi & Volkswagen or import, domestic vehicle? The team at Sixth Avenue Auto can provide everything from factory scheduled maintenance to brakes, engine repairs and all diagnostics in between. All of our services are performed by ASE Certified Technicians. We use OEM replacement parts.The Team at Sixth Avenue Auto is well trained in Audi & Volkswagen service and repair as well as many other makes & models. Our goal at Sixth Avenue Auto is to practice good business ethics and have a respectful, honest relationship with our customers. We stand behind our auto repair and maintenance services with satisfaction guaranteed. Come and visit your friendly and trustworthy neighborhood auto shop.


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Audi & Volkswagen, import, and domestic car owners: 

Many people remember to perform services on their car for winter weather but summer maintenance is also recommended to maintain the level of performance and safety that you want from your car. 

AAA suggests five ways to keep your car cool in extreme heat: 

1. Have your battery checked

Hot weather can lead to quicker battery fluid evaporation which can cause corrosion on terminals and connectors. Corrosion should be cleaned from the battery and the clamps should be tight and secure. If your battery is over three years old it should be checked by a certified technician to determine how much longer it will last. Don't be left searching for junper cables. 

2. Keep your engine cool

Over time, engine coolant becomes contaminated and its protective additives are depleted. That’s why the system should be flushed and the coolant replaced periodically as recommended by the vehicle manufacturer. Older coolants used to require changing every two years or 24,000 miles, but most modern formulations are good for at least five years and 50,000 miles. See the owner’s manual or maintenance booklet to determine the service interval appropriate for a vehicle.

3. Prevent exccess heat where the rubber meets the road

Underinflated tires not only affect the handling and braking of a vehicle, but it can cause the tire to overheat and increase the likelihood of a blowout. More than half the vehicles on the road were found to have at least one under-inflated tire, according to the Rubber Manufacturers Association, and 85 percent of motorists do not know how to properly inflate their tires. 

4. Cars need fluids during the summer too

 Most fluids not only lubricate, they also serve as coolants by helping carry heat away from critical components. When fluid levels are low, this cooling effect is reduced, and the possibility of overheating increases. A quick inspection can check for proper fluid levels. 

5. Cool passengers are happy passengers

Maintaining a comfortable driving environment reduces fatigue, which can play an important part in driver alertness and vehicle safety. During extreme summer heat, a properly operating air conditioning system can be more than just a pleasant convenience. If a car’s air conditioning is not maintaining the interior temperature as well as it did in the past, it may mean the refrigerant level is low or there is another problem. Have the air conditioning system checked by a certified technician.

Many automotive climate control systems today are equipped with a cabin filter that prevents outside debris from entering. If present, this filter should be inspected and replaced as needed to ensure maximum airflow and cooling during the summer months.

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(303) 399-4087


We Service Audi & Volkswagen, Domestic and Import Cars, as well as Light Trucks

  • Acura
  • Audi 
  • Buick
  • Chevrolet
  • Chrysler
  • Dodge
  • Ford  
  • Geo  
  • GMC  
  • Honda  
  • Infiniti    
  • Isuzu    
  • Jeep  
  • Lexus 
  • Mazda  
  • Mitsubishi
  • Nissan 
  • Oldsmobile 
  • Plymouth
  • Pontiac
  • Saturn 
  • Subaru
  • Suzuki
  • Toyota
  • Volvo
  • Volkswagen
  • BMW 

  Auto Repair & Services for Audi & Volkswagen, Imports & Domestic

in  Denver Colorado.

See our service page for a full list services.

Check out our Audi & Volkswagen Specials.


  • Air Conditioning
  • Tires
  • Preventative Maintenance
  • Fuel Injection
  • Belts & Hoses
  • Starters & Alternators
  • Fuel Pumps
  • Suspension & Steering
  • Cooling Systems Water Pumps
  • Radiators
  • Audi & Volkswagen drive axle  replacement
  • Audi All road air suspension repair
  • Oil, Lube & Filters
  • Tune-ups
  • Factory Scheduled Maintenance
  • Engine Replacement
  • Clutch Replacement & Repair
  • Timing Belt Replacement
  • Oil Changes
  • Brakes
  • Scheduled Maintenance
  • Check Engine Light Diagnostics
  • Audi & Volkswagen timing belt service
  • Audi & Volkswagen suspension repair


Contact Us in Denver, Colorado, for automotive repair and maintenance service
for your import or domestic cars, trucks, vans and SUVs.
 We are an Audi & Volkswagen repair & service center.
Hours of Operation:
Monday–Friday, 8:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m.